THE Angling Trust has several vacancies - and we've selected one here for our latest Angler's Mail Job of the Week.

The Angling Trust is seeking a Regions Administrator – it’s a midlands-based and work-from-home position on a salary of £18,000 pa.

The Trust says: “An exciting opportunity has arisen for a motivated and professional individual to join us in a key role providing administrative support for the National Regions Manager and helping to develop AT Regional work and assisting and encouraging anglers and angling clubs to engage with fisheries and fishing issues at a catchment/Regional level.

“As Regions Administrator you will have a key role in supporting the National Regions Manager, at a time of significant change and growth. You will help to organise meetings, disseminate information and support and promote the regional work of the Angling Trust working closely with the Environment Agency. This is a rewarding and varied job with excellent opportunity to develop your skills.

“You will enjoy working with a small, friendly and dedicated team who share your passion for delivering an extremely high standard of work as well as passion for the outdoor environment.

“We are seeking a competent individual who has excellent administrative and communication skills. You should have a passion for angling and a keen interest in the environment and fisheries issues, plus a good standard of education is important, ideally degree level or proven equivalent experience. You should also have a good understanding of social media and be capable of creating and maintaining reports, spread sheets and correspondence using a variety of computer packages including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.”

For further details and application form, plus info on other jobs with the Angling Trust – click HERE

CORRECTION: Regional Enforcement Manager jobs are amongst the other positions with the Trust – but we would like to clarrify that the pay for these positions is not as stated in Angler’s Mail magazine this week. These posts are actually pro-rata based upon £27K pa for 2.5 days per week – so will NOT be a full £27K but about half of that.